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Our new feature doc, SEEDS (which just premiered as the Opening Night Film at SILVERDOCS to 4 sold out theaters), is coming to the Bay Area.
SEEDS will be screening 4 times as part of the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival:
"SEEDS introduces us to ten courageous teenagers trying to accomplish what most adults can never bring themselves to do: sit down in peace to face their enemy....Like a grown-up, harder-edged heir to the documentary Promises, SEEDS shows that coexistence, even temporary, is tough work, and often elusive" SFJFF, 2004
In order to make peace with your enemy, you have to go to war with yourself.
Sunday, 25 July, 4.15pm, Castro Theater, SF
Sunday, 1 August, 1pm, Century 16 Cinemas, Mountainview
Tuesday, 3 August, 6pm, Wheeler Auditorium, Berkeley
Saturday, 7 August, 1.30pm, San Rafael Film Center, San Rafael
More information on the venues and ticketing and the other great films at < http://www.sfjff.org>
If you're thinking of coming and are unsure which date to come, please come to the first screening at the Castro -- that's a 1100 seat theater, which we'd like to fill!
We'll be doing an interesting panel before that screening with filmmakers and subjects from another film, and two of our boys will be here from the Middle East, so come check us out.
Please spread the word to your local friends and family, and if
anyone is interested in passing on an email flyer to their email list,
please let me know. That would be great :-)
FREE SCREENING OF SEEDS on Thursday 15 July as part of the Martin Luther King DREAM series.
THURSDAY 15 JULY
MLK National Historic Site
450 Auburn Avenue NE
"..a spectacular film...truly impressive"
Judy Woodruff, CNN
We feel very honored to have been chosen as part of such an inspirational series of films, and IT'S FREE!! So please spread the word to anyone you know in the Atlanta area.
SEEDS introduces us to ten courageous teenagers from Israel, Palestine, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and American living together for three weeks at a camp in Maine, and trying to accomplish what most adults can never bring themselves to do: sit down in peace to face their enemy. Like a grown-up, harder-edged heir to the documentary Promises, Seeds shows that coexistence, even temporary, is tough work. SEEDS intimately documents this difficult journey, where there are no superficial resolutions.
"In order to make peace with your enemy, you have to go to war